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into president obama's state dinner at the white house and mingling with the guests, all the way up to the vice president. questions are swirling tonight and investigation is under way. we will have all of the late-breaking details. >>> also tonight, as the president gets ready to send more troops to afghanistan, the "raw politics" of that decision. will democrats support it? will republicans, many of whom backed the war, also back the president? and can a sharply divided country come together over this difficult issue? >>> and later, up close. the bargains this black friday might bring and what you should avoid like the black plague. >>> but first, breaking news. last night state dinner at the white house turns out it's tonight's history making security breach, one that demands a lot of answers from the white house, the secret service and president obama's inner circle. it's about this couple. they posed for pictures. they were announced. they mixed and mingled at last night's dinner, and basically they had a ball. the big problem is they were not invited. they were not on the guest list. they
>> larry: matthew, we know where you stand. thank you all. >>> president obama says he will finish the job in afghanistan. more troops, more money and a new focus. yet even the best possible outcome might not resemble victory as america knows it. also tonight, nip and tax? taxing cosmetic surgery to finance health insurance for people who can't afford it? sound like a good plan? maybe not after you find out who's really effected here and what happened when one state actually tried this. we are grilling doctors and lawmakers tonight, "keeping them honest." >>> plus, the republican party's ten new commandments. it's a purity test. how many republicans would pass? would ronald reagan make the grade? we have the answers and the "raw politics" ahead tonight. >>> three months after the commander general stanley mcchrystal called for more forces and eight years after the war began, the outlines are coming into focus. reportedly as many as 34,000 additional troops will be sent, on top of 20,000 the president sent in march and would push force levels there above the 100,000 mark. the new st
, erica hill and "ac 360." erica? >>> president obama says he will finish the job in afghanistan. more troops, more money, and a new focus. it even the best possible outcome here may not resemble victory as america knows it. >>> also tonight, nip and tax. taxing cosmetic surgery to help fund health insurance. sound like a good plan? maybe not until you hear who is really affected here and what happened when one state tried. this we're grilling doctors and law makers to night, "keeping them honest." >>> plus the republican party's ten new commandments. it's a purity test. how many republicans would pass? ronald reagan make the grade? we have the answers and "raw politics" ahead tonight. >>> first up, president obama's decision to escalate the war in afghanistan. three months after his commander general stanley mcchrystal called for additional forces and more than eight years after the war began. the outlines are now coming into focus. reportedly as many as 34,000 additional troops will be sent. that's on top of 20,000 the president sent in march. and would push force level there's above
the obama administration wants to provide khalid shaikh mohammed with a platform. is the former vp selling new york and the justice system short? >>> and a bit later, up close, for 3 year-- 23 years he was conscious but unable to communicate. how one man broke out of the priz of his own body. >>> new questions on that blockbuster report on when to get a mammogram. this could become explosive, complicating efforts to fix health care and some critics say costing women's lives. it all comes down to the new mammogram recommendations for women. released last week. and the language that we actually discovered just today when reading the senate bill. randi kaye is keeping them honest. what have you found in this 2,074 page bill. >> reporter: 2,000 plus. on monday last week, a so-called independent panel, the u.s. preventive task force came out with new recommendations for mammograms, suggesting women start routine mammograms at age 50, not 40 as is the standard now. one of the arguments is mammograms do more harm than good, cause more false positives and more unnecessary surgery for breast cancer
she joined president obama and presenting the 2009 rfk human rights award to the women of zimbabwe. we salute ethel kennedy and the work for the center for justice and human rights, established in honor of her late husband. for more about the rfk center, go to cnn.com/larryking. now erica hill and "ac 360." >>> tonight women concerned about whether to get a mammogram have something new to think about. will those recommendations, the same ones still causing such a stir, actually find their way into law? administration officials say not to worry, noting these are only guidelines. but did they speak too soon? could this derail the push for health care reform? we're "keeping them honest." >>> plus, helping us, a high powered panel to do that, former hewlett-packard ceo carly fiorina and gloria steinem, both of them breast cancer survivors and bernadine healey with us. >>> the 9/11 mastermind steps from ground zero. the obama administration wants to provide him with a platform. is the former vp selling new york and the justice system short? a strategy session tonight with two former fed
obama and the secret service today admitting it dropped the ball. we're "keeping them honest." >>> later, the priest had a secret, a son. you'll see what the church did to keep it hidden and why this young man's mother is still demanding answers. but first up tonight, the security breech now even more clear. michaele ander the rec salahi face-to-face with the president of the united states. india's prime minister in the background. it all happened tuesday night at president obama's first state dinner. the worst security breech in white house memory. also new tonight, a statement from the secret service taking full blame noting -- established protocols were not followed and that failing is hours. >> a couple of party crashers at the white house. publicity seekers seemingly harmless but they could have been anyone. in a moment, the man who has known mrs. salahi for 15 years and spent hours with her preparing for that state din on tuesday. but first, the very latest from tom foreman. >> reporter: the stunning image of the salahis meeting president obama after slipping into the white house s
. she could make -- i think she had a lot to do with the election of obama. i do not diminish her in any way. i think she's the strongest force in television today, individually, and maybe ever. >> suze, you're a regular guest on her show. what do you think separates her from the rest? >> i think it's her understanding and her connection, anderson, with the person that she happens to be interviewing at the time. it's almost as if she becomes part of that person's life and can bring things out so that her entire viewing audience can understand the topic at hand. she's a life phenomenon. you know, people are talking about who's going to replace her. oh, give me a break. nobody is ever going to be able to replace the phenomenon known as oprah winfrey. >> lisa, you've been on that set many times. we're seeing a picture of suze orman on that set. what's it like to be there sitting with her? i've been on the show many times. it's a unique environment she has created there. >> it really is surreal every time i'm sitting on that set and look to my left and i see one of the most iconic figures in
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